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Your Spiritual Gifts Can Help Your Church Grow
Your Spiritual Gifts Can Help Your Church Grow by C Peter Wagner

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Author: C. Peter Wagner
Format: Paperback
Length: 252 Pages
Published: 1979/1994/2005/2012/2017

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God has a plan and purpose for His Kingdom here on earth – and He’s given every believer a unique set of gifts and tools to help bring about those plans. But how do you know – and help others know – which gifts He has set aside specifically for you? And how can you use those to further His Kingdom?

For almost four decades, this trusted bestselling group resource has been helping believers across denominations discover life-changing answers to these and other questions. By using the included questionnaire, you and those in your group will first be able to identify which of the 28 biblical gifts each of you has. This book will then walk you through what each gift means and how it works, and will reveal five simple steps to help your group build God’s Kingdom through your gifts.

When you and your group know and understand the gifts God has given you, you will all discover a renewed sense of purpose and excitement as you partner with Him to help your church and community flourish.

Table of Contents:
Directory of the Spiritual Gifts
Chapter 1: The Rediscovery of Spiritual Gifts
Chapter 2: Ignorance Is Not Bliss
Chapter 3: What the Gifts Are: An Open-Ended Approach
Chapter 4: Four Things That Gifts Are Not
Chapter 5: How I Found My Gifts and How You Can Find Yours
Chapter 6: The Pastor’s Gift-Mix
Chapter 7: The Evangelist: The Primary Organ for Growth
Chapter 8: Understanding the Missionary Gift
Chapter 9: The Rest of the Body
Chapter 10: Five Steps Your Church Can Take to Grow through Gifts
Wagner-Modified Houts Questionnaire
Subject Index
Scripture Index

About the Author:
C. Peter Wagner (1930-2016), Ph.D., authored more than 70 books, founded Wagner Leadership Institute and ministered regularly all over the world. With graduate degrees in theology, missiology and religion from Fuller Theological Seminary, Princeton Theological Seminary and the University of Southern California, he served as a field missionary for 16 years and taught on the faculty of Fuller’s School of Intercultural Studies for 30 years.